Highlight App Update Brings New Profile, New Activity Feed, Sharing

Posted November 21, 2012 at 12:11am by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5210 views

Highlight app has received one of its biggest updates ever that brings a new profile, new activity feed, social network connections, and more.

Highlight helps you know when friends and other interesting people are nearby. As you go about your day, Highlight runs quietly in the background, surfacing information about the people around you. If your friends are nearby, it will notify you. If someone interesting crosses your path, it will tell you more about them.

Features:
✔ Get notified when friends and other interesting people are nearby
✔ Magically see mutual friends and other things in common
✔ Detailed history helps you remember people
✔ Send messages from within the app
✔ Manage your privacy with easy-to-use controls

What's New In This Version:
This is one of Highlight’s biggest updates ever. Here are a few things you might notice:

✓ Fewer, more relevant notifications.
✓ “High five” people when you see them nearby. Up high!
✓ All new profile. Share more about who you are, what you like, and what people can help you with - then collect
responses as you walk around town.
✓ All new activity feed. Scroll sideways to see more stories, quickly spot your friends, and message people without having to click to their profile.
✓ Connect your Twitter, LinkedIn, and Foursquare accounts to see more friends and share where you are.
✓ Lots and lots of design improvements.

You can download Highlight from the App Store for free.

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